The ranking of European top scorers returns on Monday for the second record of the season. This concerns the scorers who raged in Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. And the leader has just changed since it is now the Brazilian Arthur Cabral who takes the lead. Author of a brace in midweek against St. Gallen (2-0), the former Palmeiras scored again against Zurich (3-1) yesterday. He now has a very satisfactory record of 11 goals in 8 matches.
Behind him, we find Michael Frey who lost his first place. Now second, the Swiss has yet made the powder speak. Author of a goal against Genk (4-2), he once again found the net against Union Saint-Gilloise (2-1). Thus, he now has a good record of 11 goals in 9 matches. The podium is completed by another Jupiler League scorer with Paul Onuachu coming out of a crazy week. Author of a double in the defeat against Antwerp (4-2), he offered himself a hat-trick against Seraing (3-0). With these 5 new goals, he now has 9 goals in 8 matches.
Karim Benzema goes up slowly
The only French player to appear in this top 10, Karim Benzema continues his crazy start to the season. Silent last Saturday against Villarreal (0-0), he had previously achieved a double against Mallorca. Thus, he has posted no less than 8 goals in 7 La Liga matches. Slightly better statistics than Gamid Agalarov’s. The young Russian striker could not improve his record against Spartak Moscow (2-0 loss) and is fifth with 8 goals in 9 matches.
In sixth position, we find Erling Braut Haaland with 7 goals in 5 matches. Injured, he did not play Saturday against Borussia Mönchengladbach (1-0 defeat). Small anomaly, Robert Lewandowski did not score last Friday against Greuther Fürth (3-1). The Polish striker still has 7 goals in 6 Bundesliga matches. He is ahead of eighth Jelle Vossen. The Belgian striker converted a penalty late in the match against Kortrijk (2-2) and now has 7 goals in 8 games.
Karim Adeyemi who played an extra game is ninth. The German striker of RB Salzburg did not score this Saturday against Wolfsberg (2-0). Finally, the Ukrainian winger Viktor Tsygankov completes this ranking thanks to his converted penalty against Rukh Lviv (2-0). Just behind, Kelvin Yeboah (Sturm) and Denis Undav (Saint-Gilloise) also score 7 goals. Fedor Smolov (Lokomotiv), Ciro Immobile (Lazio), Martin Boyle (Hibernian), Dario Tadic (Hartberg), Lassina Traoré (Shakhtar), Denis Glushakov (Khimki), Nikola Storm (Malines) and Makhtar Gueye (Oostende) follow with 6 goals.
The ranking of top scorers in Europe
1) Arthur Cabral (23 / FC Basel / Brazil) – 11 goals in 8 matches (665 minutes)
2) Michael Frey (27 / Antwerp / Switzerland) – 11 goals in 9 matches (698 minutes)
3) Paul Onuachu (27 / Genk / Nigeria) – 9 goals in 8 matches (618 minutes)
4) Karim Benzema (33 / Real Madrid / France) – 8 goals in 7 matches (619 minutes)
5) Gamid Agalarov (21 / Ufa / Russia) – 8 goals in 9 matches (647 minutes)
6) Erling Braut Haaland (21 / Borussia Dortmund / Norway) – 7 goals in 5 matches (450 minutes)
7) Robert Lewandowski (33 / Bayern Munich / Poland) – 7 goals in 6 matches (487 minutes)
8) Jelle Vossen (32 / Zulte Waregem / Belgium) – 7 goals in 8 matches (645 minutes)
9) Karim Adeyemi (19 / RB Salzburg / Germany) – 7 goals in 9 matches (658 minutes)
10) Viktor Tsygankov (23 / Dynamo Kiev / Ukraine) – 7 goals in 9 matches (702 minutes)